Plant Tissue Testing
Don't let your crop run on empty
Why is it important?
Plant Tissue Tests can help identify if an essential nutrient in the plant is within the expected normal sufficiency range for that particular stage of growth during the season. This offers the opportunity to address the deficient nutrients during the growing season, or elect to adjust next season's fertility program.
Learn more >> watch the video with Greg Patterson, CCA
Recent News for Tissue Testing
Tissue Testing Sampling Process / Understanding Your Plant Analysis Report (April 2020 Newsletter)
Importance of Using A&L Tissue Sampling (Feb 2020 Newsletter)
A&L's Plant Monitoring Program (PMP)
What a tissue sample does not tell you is where the plant will be nutritionally in the future. That is why we recommend the A&L Plant Monitoring Program (PMP) - taking and tracking multiple tissue samples throughout the year prior to critical plant growth stages to monitor nutrient levels over time.
Click here to learn about A&L's Plant Monitoring Program (PMP)